Kazimierz, one of two Renaissance towns in Poland (the other is Zamość and both are the easternmost towns of Renaissance architecture in Europe) is small in number of inhabitants but spreads over quite a large teritory. Dom Architektów (DA) at the Main Square is located in the very centre of the town.
Built in style matching with other houses in 1950-ties as a rest house of the Ass. of Polish Architects has been recently renovated and may be treated as a 3+* hotel. Rooms are modest but clean and adequately furnished. Cooking is very good. In fact we had very big and tasty breakfasts and just one dinner (usually having dined out) but it was good and well served.
Though, even in May, Kazimierz is full of tourists coming for a half-day visit, DA is a quiet place, rooms being located at the rear.
Kazimierz is a place of remarkable beauty. Spreading over hills offers a number of panoramic views, for ca 150y skeched or painted by generations of painters and architects.One of most interesting things to do in Kazimierz is "painters-watching". It is quite amusing to see how two or more paiters, sitting close to each other, paint the same view in absolutely different manner.
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